Category: Photography

Normally, when I go to NY, I arrive on Sunday, around noon or so, and leave on Friday, taking the 7:00 PM flight. And, as usual, I leave the office around 3:30, grab my bags at the hotel, and head on to the airport around 4, giving myself 3 hours to make it those 6 miles. 3 hours remaining. Friday was no different. I caught a cab in front of the hotel at around 4. We ground our way across…

B & H Photo is located on 9th Ave, between 33rd and 34th Street in, of course, NYC. During this trip, my hotel was on 40th and 9th, just a short 6 blocks away from B & H. In fact, as the office is located at 16th St and 9th Ave, I had to walk past B & H twice a day, for 5 days. Sure, I glanced in the window a couple of times, but never was I tempted…

So, in German, the word über means above, or over. Normally, when I visit NY, I walk to work. I get a hotel that’s about a 1 – 1.5 miles from work, and I walk. I enjoy seeing who’s on the street and what’s going on. However, yesterday, Friday, the temperature was a brisk 19 degrees. Now, I had brought appropriate gear to wear – I called it my level 2 weather gear. I rarely get to use it here…

Some years ago, I signed up with a credit monitoring service named Identity Guard. About a month ago, I was looking at my monthly bills, etc, and thought: Hmmmm. I’ve had this account for 4 or 5 years, or whatever, and I’m paying $15 per month and nothing has ever happened. I wonder if I still need it. Well, as an answer to my wonderings, some days later I got a notification that there was a new credit inquiry on…

Everyone has their thing, I suppose. My thing? Fog. The other day when I awoke, I noticed the dense fog in the area and couldn’t wait to get out into it. Fortunately, for me, the fog was pretty dense and I could feel it on my face as I walked. I really enjoyed the impressions, the vague outlines of people and things. My favorite was the featured image, a man with his white dog, hanging out in the fog.

Looks like the fall has finally arrived and with it, a bit of frost – even in unexpected places! But, for sure, the birds know how to keep warm. Solar power, baby!

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